iPhone 11: Dual-camera system, new colors, and more
Apple has unveiled the iPhone 11, its successor to the iPhone XR, featuring a new dual-camera system, six colors, including PRODUCT(RED), black, white, yellow, green and purple., and the new A13 Bionic chip which Apple touts as its fastest processor ever.
iPhone 11 has two rear cameras: wide and ultra-wide lenses. This new camera system gives users the ability to take offer much greater levels of zoom, and the ability to see more of the canvas prior to actually taking an image. Additionally, Apple has added a new Night Mode to iPhone 11 which automatically is enabled in dark settings to add brightness to photos taken in low-light situations, as well as a next-generation Smart HDR.
The front-facing 11 camera on the iPhone 11 has been updated to 12MP with wide angle selfie support in landscape. You can also take 4K video at 60 fps, as well as slow mo videos.
As rumored, iPhone 11 is available new color options, ditching blue and coral from the iPhone XR line and replacing them with purple and green. iPhone 11 also includes improved water resistance.
iPhone 11 will be available to pre-order on Friday, September 13 priced from $699, which is $50 lower than the iPhone XR. Apple will begin officially selling the iPhone 11 in-store on September 20.